This website was created in order to support Aaron Lillie during his recovery from the devastating spinal cord injury that occurred on August 4th, 2007. On that day Aaron sustained paralysis from the shoulders down while diving into lake Muskoka, breaking the cervical vertebrae from 4-6 . Prior to Aaron's accident he was a 20-year-old business student at the University of Western Ontario. He was a very competitive athlete and lived for hockey and soccer. Aaron could not imagine spending the rest of his life in a wheelchair and sought alternative treatment modalities in order to continue his recovery. He was introduced to a program called Project Walk, located in southern California. Project Walk exists to provide an improved quality of life for people with spinal cord injuries, through intense exercise based recovery programs. Since attending Project Walk, Aaron has increased his strength and stamina. He can now feel more of his left leg and has also started to move it! Unfortunately the program, along with travel and health care costs, are very expensive. A charitable campaign has been established in Aaron's honor, in order to ease the financial burden caused by his injury. To make a contribution, or to participate in an upcoming fundraiser, please visit the events and donations sections of this site.